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    • Wood block and Traditional Printing
    • Speaking of preliminary type of wood block printing, the desired designs were painted on cotton or possibly silk fabric with a pen and special chemical substances were used for fixing the color. Due to the absence of ...
    • Wood block printing
    • Wood block printing with floral design is considered as a traditional and genuine Iranian art. The article focuses on the emergence of this type of Iranian art. The fabric print is a ...
    • Deraz-No village
    • 40 km away from Kordkuy, Deraz-No village is located beside a mountain peak with the same name and with an altitude of 2800 meters above sea level. Thanks to its high altitude, the village has a fine cool weather, and pure fresh water. Deraz-No has a ...
    • Jahan-nama village
    • Not all villages in different parts of Iran are permanently residential. Some of them play the role summerhouses for residents of near cities, and therefore are left during autumn and winter. Jahan-nama village is one such village. This village is ...
    • Ziarat village
    • Ziarat village, with an altitude of 1563 meters above the sea level, is located 17 km south of the city of Gorgan, and is actually between two mountainous and forested feet of the mount. In spite of its being near an area with mild weather, this ...
    • Water Management in Ancient Persia (Part 2)
    • People loved to have something icy in the hot summer time. People started devising such systems for water management in ancient Persia’s hot climate to have icy refreshment in summer. Desert nights were quite ...
    • Water Management in Ancient Persia (Part 1)
    • Ancient Persians were well known for the ways they procured and supplied water. Water management in a geographical location where it cannot be found abundantly all year round is a challenge. It represents the ...
    • Turquoise: An auspicious gemstone
    • The charming shades of turquoise have delighted humans for centuries. The oldest turquoise mines with an antiquity of over 5,500 years are located in Neishabour, Khorasan Razavi province. Turquoise cutting and polishing have been ...
    • Shahkooh Village :( Part2)
    • From the architectural point of view, the mountainous village of Shahkooh, with a dense residential fabric, is situated on a mild slope. Houses of the village are usually built in one floor and have flat roofs covered by ...
    • Shahkooh Village :( Part1)
    • In this article we are going to talk of a village that symbolizes success in information technology in Iranian villages. Shahkooh village is in Golestan province, northern Iran, and is the first Iranian village to ...
    • Rijaab (part 2)
    • Due to its being mountainous, Rijaab enjoys change of humidity. In addition to this, mountain skirts with mild steeps, green valleys, and the seasonal vegetation being sparse on high altitudes have made the regional people live a tribal life. However, ...
    • Rijaab (Part 1)
    • With an area of 40 square kilometers, this region is 120 km north-west of Kermanshah, western Iran. Located among the snow-covered mountain peaks, tree-covered mountain skirts beside Alvand River, Rijaab includes 15 villages.The word Rijaab in ...
    • Reason
    • Let reason go for His light, That burns reason up from head to foot. If you wish to see that face, Seek another ...
    • Muslim and Jew
    • Everyone thinks himself perfect in intellect and his child in beauty. A Jew was debating with a Muslim, Till I shook with laughter at their dispute.The Muslim said in anger: ...
    • Kariz: Ancient Water System (part 2)
    • Kariz routes need to be regularly cleaned and maintained: They are subject to damage and destruction by flash floods. To prevent shafts from being filled with sand, they are covered by stone slabs or other objects. The people involved in ...
    • Kariz: Ancient Water System (part 1)
    • Kariz (also known as qanat) is an ancient water supply system that can be described as one of the biggest contributions made by Iranians to hydraulics. This system must have been started at least 5,000 years ago in Iran. The system is usually found in ...
    • In Love
    • In love, there are no days or nights, For lovers it is all the same. The musicians have gone, yet the sufis listen; In love, ...
    • Grace of God
    • How could I ever thank my friend?, No thanks could ever begin to be worthy. Every hair of my body is a gift from him; How could I thank him for each hair?, Praise that ...
    • Bookmaking in Iran (Part 2)
    • Cloud collar motifs depicted on books are attributed to this period. Sealing different patterns gained popularity among the bookmakers of Shiraz. Since the early years of the 14th century, many of the artistic media and ...
    • Bookmaking in Iran (Part 1)
    • Manuscripts were made by Iranians during the Sassanian rule. Some of the books bound around the 8th and 9th centuries AD were found in China’s Turkistan region. After the Chinese invented paper, it was ...
    • Praise
    • Those unable to grieve, Or to speak of their love, Or to be grateful, those Who can’t ...
    • My House Is Cloudy
    • My house is cloudy, The entire earth is cloudy. Above the narrow pass, the shattered and desolate, Wind whirls downward. The entire world is ...
    • Exquisite Glasswork
    • The people in Iranian plateau are known for their skills in cutting and engraving glass. Archeologists have discovered an ancient glassmaking center at Chogha-Zanbil in southwest Iran. Elamites could make ...
    • Coal and Diamond
    • Said the coal to a diamond, My stuff is so vile, I am less than dust While your gleam rends the mirror’s heart. My darkness lights ...
    • Way of Holy Ones
    • Don’t speak of your suffering--He is speaking. Don’t look for Him everywhere--He’s looking for you. An ant’s foot ...
    • The Pir Shalyar ceremony in Uraman Takht village
    • Pir Shalyar mausoleum is a temple respected by the people of the region. Each year on the last Wednesday and Thursday before mid Bahman, corresponding to early February, the Pir Shalyar ceremony is held in Uraman Takht village. According to some ...
    • Uraman Takht village
    • In this article we are going to talk of an Iranian village which has been a source of original Iranian and Kurdish art and rich culture from the days of yore and is named Uraman Takht. Thanks to its intact nature, specific architecture, and ...
    • Real Road
    • There is no place for place!, How can a place, House the maker of all space, Or ...
    • Iran Nature Day
    • Spring in Iran is truly the season of renewal of natures life. The pleasant fragrance of flowers of spring has spread all over Iran. Seedlings emerged from the soil and ...
    • My God
    • Open your heart’s eye to behold the living core, Whatever is hidden there you will score. If in the realm of love you plough, the bowers From pole to pole you will see ...
    • Mashhad Ardahaal
    • In this article, we introduce to you the Iranian village Mashhad Ardahaal which is famous for a traditional religious ceremony called Qaalishouyan. The Qaalishouyan ceremony is registered in Irans list of Spiritual Heritage. Mashhad Ardahaal is ...
    • I’m Thine
    • I am that ocean now in foam and tide; I am that sun, but now in rays abide. I move and burn, and then reverse my course; I shine and glow and ...
    • New Year Poem
    • The days of grouse gone, We on glory, each dawn its pawn. Sprout merits each from its matrix, The fragrance of ...
    • The Iranian New Year Festival (Norouz)
    • Norouz is one of the oldest Iranian traditions marking the onset of spring and the Iranian New Year. It’s a celebration of the social, cultural, national and spiritual identity of Iranians. At the philosophical level, the celebration is ...
    • Impacts of Norouz on Iranians (Part 2)
    • Norouz and the New Year festivities are held in Iran and its neighboring countries. That is why it has remained among different nations and has even attracted more nations. During history, Norouz has always been known as a ...
    • Impacts of Norouz on Iranians (Part 1)
    • The arrival of Norouz in the beginning of spring is mixed with Iranian culture. Since long ago, Norouz has been the feast of nature, the feast of victory of light over darkness and spread of happiness in the world. Norouz symbolizes ...
    • Thy Heart
    • My beautiful! thou hast my heart and soul, Thou hast mine inner and mine outer self; I know not why I am so very sad, I only know that ...
    • The Labors of Farhad
    • On lofty Bistoun, the lingering sun, Looks down on ceaseless labors, long begun; Mountain trembles to the echoing sound ,Of falling rocks that from her sides rebound. Each day, ...
    • The Gem and the Mine
    • Of Thee I tell secrets, In a wordless language; From Thee I ask the way to Thee, On a traceless trace. In vain Thou conceals Thyself, From the ...In vain Thou conceals Thyself From the
    • The Eye of Charity
    • One evening Jesus lingered in a marketplace, Teaching the people parables of truth and grace, When in the square remote a crowd was seen to ride, And stop with ...
    • My Heart of Steel
    • Leave me alone, Me, the babbler, And do not take away my horse, My saddle-cover and my provision, Because ...
    • The Historic Village of Abyaneh (Part 2)
    • Thanks to its classical and domestic architecture, Abyaneh village has become one of the most spectacular villages in the world. Historic monuments of this village are a fire temple of the Sasanid period, a temple named ...
    • Marriage of the Soul
    • The soul of man, Who has attained the rightful balance, Becoming aware of this hidden joy, Straightaway is enamored and bewitched. And from this ...
    • The Historic Village of Abyaneh (Part 1)
    • In this article, we want to introduce the historic village of Abyaneh which is enlisted in Iran’s List of National Monuments. Thanks to the cultural features and maintenance of its customs, traditions and ancient architecture style, this village has ...
    • Hey, People
    • Hey, People, Hey, you over there . Who are sitting on the shore, happy and laughing, Someone is dying in the water, Someone is
    • Dimeh village
    • The mountainous village Dimeh is located 10 kms north-east of the town of Chelgard, in the vicinity of Koohrang region, in an altitude of 2240 meters above the sea level. Previously it used to be a summer quarter for Bakhtiari tribe, but has changed to ..
    • A Mountain and A Squirrel
    • A mountain was saying this to a squirrel, “Commit suicide if you have self-respect. You are insignificant, still so arrogant, how strange! You are ...
    • Deh Cheshmeh Village
    • Deh Cheshmeh is a green forest-village which is enlisted in Iran’s list of historic monuments thanks to its beautiful intact nature and a number of valuable historic inscriptions. This village is ...
    • A Mother’s Dream
    • As I slept one night I saw this dream, Which further increased my vexation. I dreamt I was ...
    • Along the Riverside
    • Along the riverbank wanders the old turtle, The day’s a sunny day. The rice-paddy scene is warm. The old turtle basks in ...